.... just checking in folks ...
My hoomin went out of town and left me under the watchful eye of my vet.
He decided he could not take better care of me than the vet would. I think he was right. If he stayed home, he could not do anything for me better.
Thus I rested and the staffgot to love on me all they wanted. I think they forget how to speak around me. They would just make those 'ooooooh' and 'aaaaah' noises.
... so here's my leg, slowaly healing. They took another x-ray of it.
My vet said it won't heal straight, but it will heal.
She consulted with a specialist and as long as the leg is healing and I'm not gnawing on it, I'll keep it. Meaning, they won't have to saw it off ;-)
Finally, I get home and what do you know?!? A willow wreath is waiting for me. And scooter snaps! Yep, scooter snaps! And Oxbow timothy hay treats. Hoomin even tasted one and said they're ok.
So, yep, my bones are too delicate to even try anything fancy like putting a pin in them, or a plate around them :-( But a callous is forming and that might be as good as it gets. In the meantime, hoomin is still fiddling with my set up, rearranging stuff, smoothing out anything that my leg might get caught on.
I guess it could be worse. Everything said, nothing keeps me noming down a carrot.
This hoomin he calls 'Ang' (or Angie?, can never tell exactly, are there 2 of them ?!?) grew some carrots in the yard. And they are coming up nicely! Right now I can inhale the whole thing in one sitting, but they are supposed to get bigger!
Good to be getting better! Home is where the Bunn is!!!!!
Well done, you brave, strong rabbit! Your hoomin has been SO worried about you, and missed you loads while you were at the vet's. We are so happy to hear that you are recovering.
Now: You must milk this recovering thing for all it's worth! Your hoomin has already demonstrated that he is susceptible to this, because he has got Scooter Snaps for you! And Timothy hay Treats! And fresh carrots from your garden!
Make sure your hoomins keep those treats coming!
We are all very proud of you, Mr. Bun!
Yay, Mister Bun! So happy to see you home and getting the royal treatment you deserve :) Happy (and speedy!) healing to you!
-Jen (Kohl's mom)
Oh, Mr. Bun, thank you for the update. This all sounds like very good news to me. I hope your human has at least two humans employed in the carrot patch. Gardening for a bunn is after all the pinnacle of human self-realization. I know things have changed a bit, but, as there is no true happiness in life without a bunn, those of us who get our vitamin bunny here really need you to stay well and happy. Thank you for being my bunn.
This is Good news Mr Bun,keep on healing little man,xx Rachel
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